Salman Khan's co-star Rimi Sen talks about how financial distress led her to join glam world
Dhoom actress Rimi Sen recently shared that due to financial constraints, she took up acting for her survival
Bollywood actress Rimi Sen, who did hit films like Dhoom, Phir Hera Pheri, Johnny Gaddar, Hungama, Garam Masala, Kyon Ki and Golmaal and took part in Bigg Boss 9 too have recently, said that she join the film industry due to financial issues.
She also mentioned that she took up acting for her survival at an early age in her life. In an interview with Times Now, Rimi said she started working in films since she was a child as she was facing financial issues and called herself a “money making machine”.
Rimi also said that back then did not focus on stardom, fame, name; she was just making money to be financially stable.
Rimi said, “I used to do a lot of events. I also produced a film Budhia Singh- Born To Win which also recieved a national award. I am working on a couple of projects as a producer and will announce about it, if everything gets finalised. Now, if I do acting it will be just for my creative satisfaction and not money.”
As Rimi left the industry early, she regrets that she should have waited as excellent and creative directors like Shoojit Sircar, Dibakar Banerjee, Neeraj Pandey and more are set their foot post it.